Acta Scientific Medical Sciences (ASMS) (ISSN: 2582-0931) aims to promote communication among clinical researchers worldwide. The journal aims to publish original work in all the areas of Medicine and Medical Sciences. The journal aims to provide a platform for advances in research related to sciences of medicine. Our aim is to encourage scientists to publish their theoretical and experimental results to increase understanding of fundamental principles and biological questions of medicines. The journal publishes papers in the field of medical, clinical trials, pharmacy, pharmaceutical, biological, drug safety and medication, medication errors, prevention and management of adverse drug reaction and in all the disciplines of Medical Sciences.
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Incorporation of the 2008 WHO into 2008/2020 ECMP/CLMP Classification for Staging and Prog-nosis Assessment of JAK2, MPL, TPO, MPL and CALR Mutated Myeloproliferative Neoplasms: From Dameshek to Vainchenker and Michiels 1940 - 2020: A Historical Appraisal and Novel Therapeutic Implications
Molecular Etiology and Laboratory Phenotypes of Recessive Von Willebrand Disease 2N Due to Mutations in the D’D3 Factor VIII-Binding Domain of the Von Willebrand Factor Gene: A Critical Appraisal of the Literature and Personal Experiences.
Analysis of Clinical, Laboratory and Bone Marrow Features in Dominant TPO, MPL and JAK2 Germline Mutated Hereditary Essential Thrombocythemia (HET) Versus Acquired MPL515, CALR and JAK2V617F Mutated ET in Myeloproliferative Neoplasms.
Ischemic Stroke. Use of the Keypad for Neurophysiological Rehabilitation in the Sickwhen Stroke and Cerebelum Stroke. Opis in Public Neurophysiological Rehabilitation during the Training of Physicians and Rehabilitators at the Centre of the Key-Source, Molecular Method Biocybernethycz (Non-Invasive), Patient Relationship, 2007 Year.
Vaccine Hesitancy: A Red Herring-A case study of the U.S. Government’s neglect of the United Nations’ elements of genocide administered covertly by social engineering, consumer fraud, reckless endangerment, and mass-mediated falsely-presumed ‘general acceptance’ of vaccinations’ safety
Children Hospitalized with Severe Malaria in Luanda (Republic of Angola): Time to a Administration of the First Dose of Anti Malárico After the Research Test of Plasmodium Positive No Hospital and Factors Associated with Mortality
Investigation of Association between High Risk of Female Subclinical Hypothyroidism and Inadequate Quantities of Intra-Thyroidal Trace Elements using Neutron Activation and Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry